Question about 1988 Toyota Supra
There can be many causes for a power steering leak, from loose hose clamps to failed seals inside the steering rack. The whole area needs to be cleaned down thoroughly and the leak source found and whatever the required repair is carried out from there. A power steering specialist is probably your best bet for speed and cost of repair, but you are best to get a few estimates around town and choose the shop that appeared the most helpful and friendly, not necessarily the cheapest.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2008
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